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Hydrant Flushing – June/July

ANNOUNCEMENT TO RESIDENTS OF WOODBURN: FIRE HYDRANT FLUSHING NOTICE   During the months of June and July of 2018, the City of Woodburn will be flushing fire hydrants. During this time you may experience some discoloration in your water. Please check your water prior to washing, bathing, or any other use during this time. The City Water Department appreciates your patience regarding this matter.  Should you have any questions, please contact Ryan Walls at 260-632-5318. Respec ...

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AEP / I&M Electric Pole Replacement and Line Upgrades

I have just been alerted by the officials at I&M that there will be extensive work done on Becker Rd. South to Slusher Rd. and East to the Ohio Line.  Crews will be starting on May 7th for the project to be completed by the end of the month.  They will be replacing all electric poles and upgrading all lines.  During this time you may experience temporary electricity outages as they perform the upgrades.  If you have any questions or concerns call the hotline at 1-800-311-4634. Thank y ...

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2018 Woodburn Road Improvement Projects To Start

  Beginning at the end of March, we will kick off the 2018 Woodburn Street and Road improvement projects.  During the next few weeks, you will begin to see road crews out and about performing crack filling, joint repairs and patching on the following streets: Maple Lane & Maple Court; Woodburn Rd.(both sections); Clovedale; Elm; Park Lane; and Partridge Run More major projects to include re-surfacing, the replacement of curbs, and new sidewalks will follow later in the Spring and Su ...

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Message From Superintendent

The City of Woodburn will be inspecting properties within the City limits beginning June 1st for illegal sump pump connections. This will apply to any property with a basement, crawlspace or slab. Per Ordinance 504-76, Section 5(a): “No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged, any storm water, surface water, groundwater, roof runoff, subsurface, drainage, uncontaminated cooling water, or unpolluted industrial process waters to any sanitary sewer.” Please contact City Hall at 260-632 ...

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